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BT emailing non-observant family on Friday afternoon

A given person is Shabbat-observant; his/her immediate and extended family is not.

May this individual write an email to his/her family (who liveslive in Israel) when it is before Shabbat (where s/he currently lives), knowing full well that it is already Shabbat in Israel and that said family will likely read and reply to said email that night (= on Shabbat)?

BT emailing non-observant family

A given person is Shabbat-observant; his/her immediate and extended family is not.

May this individual write an email to his/her family (who lives in Israel) when it is before Shabbat (where s/he currently lives) knowing full well that it is already Shabbat in Israel and that said family will likely read and reply to said email?

BT emailing non-observant family on Friday afternoon

A given person is Shabbat-observant; his/her immediate and extended family is not.

May this individual write an email to his/her family (who live in Israel) when it is before Shabbat (where s/he currently lives), knowing full well that it is already Shabbat in Israel and that said family will likely read and reply to said email that night (= on Shabbat)?

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A given person is ba'al teshuva. Though s/he is now Shabbat observant,-observant; his/her immediate and extended family is not.

Can/shouldMay this individual write an email to his/her family (who livelives in Israel) when it is before Shabbat (where s/he currently lives) knowing full well that it is already Shabbat in Israel and that said family will likely read and reply to said email?

A given person is ba'al teshuva. Though s/he is now Shabbat observant, his/her immediate and extended family is not.

Can/should this individual write an email to his/her family (who live in Israel) when it is before Shabbat (where s/he currently lives) knowing full well that it is already Shabbat in Israel and that said family will likely read and reply to said email?

A given person is Shabbat-observant; his/her immediate and extended family is not.

May this individual write an email to his/her family (who lives in Israel) when it is before Shabbat (where s/he currently lives) knowing full well that it is already Shabbat in Israel and that said family will likely read and reply to said email?

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